Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Check AC adapter for proper operation. Input and output voltages should be stamped into the plastic shell of the adapter, with most having a 12 to 24 volt D.C. output. You'll need a volt meter for testing...a cheap purchase at Radio Shack and worth the money. Volt meters also check continuity of wires or cables, resistance and let you know how much life is left in your batteries.
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